Parent and Family Weekend

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Parents Weekend BannerParents and Family, you’re invited!

The Chi Eta Chapter will be hosting an open house and lunch for all parents in conjunction with WKU’s Parent and Family Weekend on September 22, 2012.  All parents and family are invited to attend.  Please register here so we have a head count.  There is no charge.

  • 11:00am – Open House
  • 12:00pm – Lunch and Program (REGISTER HERE)
  • 3:00pm – Tailgate
  • 6:00pm – WKU vs. Southern Mississippi Football Game

Visit here to purchase your game tickets and to register for the other WKU Parent and Family Weekend events.

The Phi Gamma Delta parents’ club encourages participation with your son and Phi Gamma Delta.  Our chapter wants to connect parents to each other and to your son’s fraternity experience through various activities throughout each year.

Please contact me by email at parents@wkufiji.com  if you have any questions.

Evan Pennington
Parents’ Club Coordinator

2012 Pig Dinner is April 28

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PigMake plans to attend Phi Gamma Delta’s annual Frank Norris Pig Dinner on Saturday, April 28,2012!  The Chi Eta chapter invites all Phi Gam graduates, spouses, parents, undergraduates and dates to this unique annual event.

Weekend will include a graduate social, family picnic, and of course the traditional Frank Norris Pig Dinner.  Dinner is $35 per-person and includes a special gift for graduates.  Dress is business attire.

For a complete schedule of event for the weekend, accommodations, and to register, visit www.wkufiji.com/pigdinner.

For more information, contact Sam Knott, Pig Dinner Chair at samuel.knott862@topper.wku.edu or 270.315.8059

Annual Weekend in the Mountains

After five weeks of classes, the Chi Eta chapter decided it was time for a weekend in the Great Outdoors. So 54 brothers spent the February 26-28 weekend at Mt. LeConte Lodge in Gatlinburg, Tenn.

Some brothers spent the first night playing cards and shooting pool inside the cabin. Meanwhile others enjoyed a beautiful starry evening relaxing in a six-person hot tub or playing guitar on a spacious back deck. The next morning, brothers were treated to an egg, bacon, and sausage breakfast, paid for by the chapter. Full from breakfast, the brothers split into groups to see the sights of Gatlinburg and neighboring Pigeon Forge. Brothers walked the shops, rode go-karts, played putt-putt, and enjoyed local dining. Meanwhile another group of brothers spent the afternoon taking a hike.

Saturday night, the brothers grilled steaks for supper.  Then they celebrated one last night of brotherhood with remarks from graduating seniors and the singing of favorite fraternity songs. By the time everyone came back Sunday morning, Chi Eta had celebrated a weekend that will forever be in the hearts of its brothers.